MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP OFFER

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THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SPORTSTOGETHER WITH THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY - UNIONE COLTIVATORE ITALIANI FUNDED AGRO – ALIMENTARE (ITALY) SOCIAL -ECONOMIC PROJECT IN UGANDA - SCHOLARSHIP OFFER FOR 2017/2018 ACADEMIC YEAR

Applications are invited from Ugandans who wish to pursue vocational training in Agriculture at PhD, Masters, Undergraduate and Diploma levels at The Unione Coltivatore Italiani (I.I.S.S ) Italy for the Academic Year 2017/2018.

FIELDS

PhD LevelSlots

1.Agri-Business Management01

Masters Level

  • 1.Agri-Business Management05

Undergraduate Level

  • 1. Agri-Business Management 10
  • Diploma Level
  • 1.Agro-Tourism35

  • ELIGIBILITY
  • 1.Be a Ugandan National with a background in Agriculture.
  • 2.Special consideration may also be extended to applicants with proven exposure in the teaching of Agriculture.
  • 3.Formal commitment to return and practice active farming and agricultural business in Uganda.
  • 4.Save for the PhD programme all the other training courses are structured for a duration of two years.

TERMS OF THE SCHOLARSHIP

  • 1.The training will be conducted in the Italian Language.
  • 2.The scholarship covers tuition, air ticket, accommodation and upkeep.

PROCEDURE OF APPLICATION

Application letter with a recent passport photograph, indicating age, sex, course, home district, telephone contact, email address together with photocopies of academic certificates and transcripts should be addressed to:

The Secretary

Central Scholarships Committee

Ministry of Education and Sports

Higher Education Department

And hand delivered to:

Higher Education and Training Department

KYADONDO ROAD

Wing A Legacy Towers3rd Floor,

To reach not later than Friday 18th August, 2017.The shortlist will be displayed on the Ministry of Education and Sports Notice Boards at Embassy House and Legacy Towers 3rd Floor on Friday 25th August, 2017.


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